Slight geek alert. A team of researchers at Rochester Institute of Technology has found a way to create an internet fast lane for the huge amounts of emergency related data. A good idea for sure but will it hold?
Prime Minister Theresa May has said that the Internet allows those with extreme views a “safe space” to feed and breed their ideology.
Climate change and sexual/gender equality became the main battle lines for the tech sector last week, but the US administration’s reform of H-1B remains a problem.
Are automotive incumbents doing enough to anticipate the disruption that’s coming? And why is that much-flogged term “big data” integral to new automotive business models? How will changes from ownership to on-demand autos impact urban planning? These are a few of the questions I posed to investor, blogger, and book author Evangelos Simoudis in our chat wrap.
Customer Identity and Access Management is a bulky phrase, but the problems it tackles are real. Digital identity management has a direct impact on customer experience – and many older CRM systems are not up for the job. Barb Mosher Zinck explains how CX and identity management connect, with insights from a chat with Jason Rose, VP marketing at Gigya.
The EU has taken its first steps towards greater regulation of the internet with proposed legislation that would take on video content on social media platforms such as Facebook and WhatsApp. It’s a slippery slope to leave to politicians.
In this edition: diginomica does cybersecurity, while AI alarmists meet an optimist. Salesforce has a world tour and SAP had a big show – we’ve got your breezy roundup. Grappling with workplace diversity is one theme this week; pizza is another. Food-related whiffs abound, with Pizza Hut asking for – and receiving – viral shaming. Finally, can AI ever make better music than the Biebs?
Do American spy agencies have a responsibility to tell software manufacturers about dangerous potential exploits they may find in their products?
The Tories have published their Election Manifesto with a remarkably heavy digital element to it.
The vaccine alliance has implemented the cloud-based identity management service to give stakeholders working on vaccination programmes across 73 countries access to data, information and knowledge.